This is a small diary from a wonderful trip to San Francisco in January of 2020 – which turned out to be our second to last art show in the US before Covid-19 lockdown. Every art show is interesting and important, but this one stood out for several reasons; most importantly it was the US launch of the Ice Series, and the launch exceeded every expectation held – both by Sarah Myerscough Gallery and ourselves.

We met up with interesting clients as well as interesting colleagues and business partners. We also spent time on prescheduled meetings with clients and interior designers – and found time to visit Muir Woods National Monument, where we were inspired and amazed by the gigantic trees.

We participate in the online FOG 2021, but cannot wait to be able to return to all the interesting acquaintances and connections from our trip to California 2020. A huge thanks to Sarah Myerscough Gallery for giving us the chance for this spectacular launch in the US.

Images from top: Ice Series at FOG 2020, Mette Bentzen with Ralph Nauta of Studio Drift, Lasse Kristensen with client and – ahh – a visit to Muir Woods National Monument. Reconnecting to the wood.